The Resource American Civil Rights Movement
- American Civil Rights Movement
- The American Civil Rights Movement began in the 1950s to end the economic, political, and societal discrimination against African Americans that persisted long after the Civil War. This list explores its early history and ongoing impact on discussions of race, identity, and civil rights in the U.S
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